Saturday, January 21, 2012

inventory

7 mini lop




6 english angora





5 american tan

crow

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  2. I'm sitting here drinking a cup of tea, eating crumpets and looking at a basket of bunnies.

    A pretty good start to a Sunday morning. :-)

    (You can tell it's Sunday moning 'cause of all the typos in the first comment LOL)x

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    1. I love typos! I often am typing so fast on my bird group that I type dick instead of duck. It makes for some interesting reading. Glad you had a nice breakfast with the bunnies. :-)

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  3. Apart from the 'tans' they all look so different. I presume that each basketful are siblings.

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    1. Hi Cro! You are correct! All siblings in each basket. They wouldn't hold still! ;)

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    1. They are darling. So tiny. So amazing.

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  5. And I'm sitting here drinking coffee, looking at baskets of bunnies and thinking 'super cute!' and wondering exactly what does one DO when they have multiple bunny litters. Mom feeds them, Crow cleans out the poo but what else is involved? Do you still cook meals and clean house? Do you spend your entire day cuddling bunnies? Do you remember your childrens' names? [quick! what are they? In order of birth!] And your husbands' name is . . . .
    18 bunnies with a 10 min cuddle each is 3 hours!!!
    love love love!

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    1. Um... I know I have three kids. :-) First one starts with a B... something something. Oh and I am planning a wedding for her. eek! Thanks for snapping me out of my bunny coma!

      We all spend many nights together up in the bunny barn. Fire-stove burning, beer for Rusty, and Sophia chatting with the Hospital patients, as we hold examine, clean, feed, water, look, hold, ooh ah, plan.

      My goal as a farmer woman is to make enough money to hire a cleaning lady. True. I was just thinking about that! LOL!

      Everybody has a room in the house that they are responsible for. My room is the kitchen. Easy!

      riiiight?

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  6. How precious. What are you going to do with all those bunnies??

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    1. Well, I have a waiting list for most of them. Some I will keep (show/breed) most I will sell.

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  7. Aww Crow...how lovely.
    I once raised rabbits, Dutch, Angora,French Lop, and the odd hare or two ....
    They are the most gentle of creatures, I'm sure they will be tended and caressed daily.
    ~Jo

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  8. Luckily, I have children who love the rabbits too. They will soften the hardest of hearts for sure. I can't wait for good weather and bunny runs!

    No wonder you are so sweet! You were a rabbit wrangler! ;-)

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